From Lonely Planet, the world’s leading travel guide publisher
Durable and waterproof, with a handy slipcase and easy-fold format, Lonely Planet’s Portugal Planning Map helps you get around with ease.
Get more from your map and your trip with images and information about top country attractions, itinerary suggestions, a transport guide, planning information, themed lists and practical travel tips.
With this easy-to-use, full-colour map in your back pocket, you can truly get to the heart of Portugal.
Durable and waterproof
Easy-fold format and convenient size
Full colour and easy to use
Can’t-miss regional highlights
Detailed town index
Covers Porto, Rio Douro Valley, Braga, The Beiras, Parque Natural da Serra da Estrela, Coimbra, Aveiro, Estremadura, Ribatejo, Batalha, Ã?bidos, Parque Natural das Serras de Aire e Candeeiros, Lisbon, Sintra, Cascais, The Alentejo, Ã?vora, Marvao, MÃ(c)rtola, The Algarve, Cabo de Sao Vicente, Ilha de Tavira, Parque Natural da Ria Formosa, Faro, Lagos
Looking for more in-depth coverage? Check out Lonely Planet’s Portugal, our most comprehensive guide to the country featuring its top sights and most authentic offbeat experiences. Prefer just the highlights? Check out Lonely Planet’s Best of Portugal guide. With inspiring and colourful photos, it focuses on Portugal’s most popular experiences.
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